Medical cannabis and recreational marijuana are legal in Michigan, but the state's Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA) permits local jurisdictions to prohibit cannabis businesses within their jurisdictions. While Flint has several licensed marijuana dispensaries, the City Code of Ordinance prohibits weed delivery. Hence, no dispensary may deliver marijuana or marijuana products in Flint.
No, it is illegal to deliver medical marijuana in Flint, per Section 31-27.1(b) of the City Code of Ordinance.
No. The Flint Code of Ordinances prohibits recreational marijuana delivery.
Flint residents can order marijuana products online, but they must visit dispensaries’ physical locations to collect their orders. The City Code of Ordinance forbids anyone or entity from delivering cannabis in any part of the city.
It is unlawful to order cannabis products for delivery in Flint. Anyone caught violating the city’s provisions on marijuana delivery risks severe punishments.
No individual may use weed delivery services in Flint.
Although Flint has a number of marijuana dispensaries within its borders, the City Code of Ordinances prohibits marijuana delivery. Hence, it is illegal for any business to provide weed delivery services in Flint.
Weed delivery is not an approved commercial marijuana activity in Flint. The city has no marijuana delivery service provider.
No. Weed delivery is illegal in Flint. Marijuana users must visit dispensaries in person for their medical or recreational marijuana needs.